#### These worksheets are all about finding sums and differences between multiple mixed number values. Your order of operations should not matter, since there are no other operations involved with these. You should proceed to find the greatest common factor of the denominator which will lead you to finding the least common denominator. This step will make everything much easier for you.

How do you add and subtract mixed numbers? We know that fraction represents the portion of a whole number, and there are two types of fractions. These are proper fractions and improper fractions. The fractions that you see that have a larger denominator and a smaller numerator are proper fractions, and they have a value that lies with the range from 0 to 1. Then some fractions have a larger numerator and a smaller denominator; these have values greater than 1.
There are three ways you can write an improper fraction in decimal form and mixed numbers. Mixed numbers are those which combine a whole number and a fraction. How do you add mixed numbers? Well, it is super-easy.
**Method 1 - **To add or subtract mixed numbers, you have to convert them into improper fractions. It is simple; you keep the denominator as is, then to find the numerator, you multiply the whole number with the denominator and add the numerator into it. The final answer is the numerator of the improper fraction.
Once you have converted the mixed number into an improper fraction, you can then convert the unlike-fractions into like-fractions and then add the fractions. Once you have added the fractions, you can convert them into mixed numbers.
**Method 2 - ** Another simple way is to covert the unlike-fraction into like-fractions, add or subtract these fractions and then add or subtract the whole numbers.
These worksheets explain how to solve mixed operations problems with fractions. Students also practice using pie charts as visual aids.